|20 Mar 2010||#1|
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Windows 7 Pro 32bit "Search" - if you can call it that.
Okay so .. call me old-fashioned but .. when I use something called a "search" ... I sort of expect to be told where my search results are located..
Am I missing something here, or is this so-called search really giving me every tiny, unneccessary, blatantly obvious, and USELESS piece of information, EXCEPT where I can find the file(s) I was looking for?
Its even more striking with, say, audio files, where I can see the bitrate, artist, album title, ...... give it a RATING!! but am still no wiser as to where I might actually FIND the file.
So is there a workaround, modification, tweak, ... to change this silly limitation?
(Other than right clicking every search result and checking its properties, or "open file location", of course).
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